So, we’re almost complete with this wall now.
I’m happy with the tiger, he’s got that appearance of the grandfather that I wanted. And a lot
of that is done through just different tones and textures and putting some more of the
yellows and the whites into the fur, that creates that older look. I’m happy with the
rocks, the background, the mountains, the lake, the sky, everything is finished. I haven’t
quite finished the flowers. So as you saw me paint the blue flowers with this particular
brush, and I was just doing five petals on each flower. I’ll be going back to put the
yellow center in them. And then all the other flowers will be painted in a very similar
kind of way, and you’ll get to see that in a moment. When you get to see the rest of
the mural, the two walls that were painted before we started this. And to my right, then
we have the other wall, which I’ve been working on in between filming this wall, which is
in process, there’s still a lot more to do here. We bringing in two ladies making bread.
The Indian god Krishna, playing his flute. The tigers name is Vindalu; I’ve named all
my tigers. And as I say, within the next couple of weeks, I’ll be able to get back and finish
all the flowers. But you’ll see in a moment exactly what they would look like. Because
the one thing about the mural is, from the mountains in the far side, and the rivers
and the lakes coming down and around behind this tiger, and all the way down off into
the ocean of the other side of the mural. So when you see the ones over on the other
side of the mural, you can really see exactly what this is going to look like. So thank
yo for watching. I hope you enjoyed the process as much as I did. I hope you enjoyed watching
the whole thing get built up from nothing. And now we have a tiger who’s very alive.